The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA) met Friday afternoon to discuss details about the regular season, following the NCAA Div. II Presidents Council voting to cancel all fall championships.
As the Big Ten Conference released the 2020 football schedule Wednesday, they also noted that schedules and protocols for other fall sports, including volleyball, are still being decided. But the conference said competition won’t start until September 5th at the earliest.
Last season was a year to remember for the Broncos. They finished the season with a record of 20-3-3 and were dynamite in the postseason. After taking home the Great Plains Athletic Conference Championship, they made a run all the way through the NAIA National Tournament, falling just short in the national championship game.
Tuesday night that the NAIA would postpone most of the championships for fall sports until the spring. One of those sports is volleyball. Hastings College will be in it’s second season under head coach Alexandria Allard. After missing the NAIA National Tournament a year ago, they’re hoping to make it back this year.
For the second straight night Fremont outlasts the Sodbusters, winning game two of the three game series at Duncan Field, 10-7. The loss drops Hastings to 15-13 on the season, and they now trail the Moo by half a game in the Clark Division standings.
The Nebraska-Kearney fall sports schedule is delayed after the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association voted unanimously to push back the seasons. Competitions begin on Monday, September 28, with student-athletes reporting on Monday, August 31.